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Combine paint & stitching with this simple hand embroidery pattern!
Tossing a bit of fabric, thread and a needle in a bag with a hoop makes embroidery a great take-along craft during times when we are traveling, whether it’s a day trip to the beach or a week-long vacation. So when you want to take a break from your summer reading, grab this go-to craft for some creative relaxation.

This pattern actually includes three different variations of this favorite frozen treat, and the best part about it is it’s a very simple embroidery pattern. Applying watercolors to fabric is a fun and quick way to add a splash of color to a black outline.

Posted by Beth C. from Mt Holly, New Jersey, United States • Published See Beth C.'s 7 projects »
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  • 2018-08-01-201202-BethColletti_IceCreamCone_Instructions.pdf 1.59 MB [ Download ]
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  • How to embroider . Embroidered & Painted Ice Cream Cone - Step 1
    Step 1

    Download the ice cream embroidery pattern above.

  • Step 2

    Print out your chosen ice cream pattern and trace it with a pencil onto unbleached cotton muslin fabric. Tip: tape the pattern and fabric to a bright window for easier tracing.

  • How to embroider . Embroidered & Painted Ice Cream Cone - Step 3
    Step 3

    Stretch the fabric in your embroidery hoop and make sure it's taut, then stitch your ice cream cone according to the pattern's instructions. Tip: For video tutorials of the various stitches, visit http://www.bethcolletti.com/videos

  • How to embroider . Embroidered & Painted Ice Cream Cone - Step 4
    Step 4

    When you are finished stitching, use watercolors to paint your fabric while it is in your hoop. Use a little bit of water and paint at a time - unbleached cotton muslin fabric minimizes bleeding of the paint, but other fabrics may respond differently.

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PattyMadeIt
PattyMadeIt · Maricopa, Arizona, US
Adorable! Happy
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